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University of Kelaniya’s Lord of the Debates concludes


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The inter-departmental final of the debating competition, Lord of the Debates, of the University of Kelaniya organised by the Finance Department of the University of Kelaniya was held at the Sunil Shantha Auditorium on 2 December in recognition of the Investment Week 2016 program.

The finalists were undergraduates of the Department of Commerce and Financial Management and undergraduates of the Department of Botany of the University of Kelaniya. 

The Department of Commerce and Financial Management, led by Ishana Wijesekera, were declared the winners.


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